A group of North Warren Middle School students perform during the 2008 edition of the biannual North Warren Variety Show. A talent search was launched this week for this year’s show, to be held Friday, March 2.
The ever-popular biannual North Warren Variety Show returns this March, and the organizers are now conducting a talent search to line up performers for the beloved community event.
Those who yearn to be a star and “let loose “ with their talents are urged to get involved, club sponsor Corey Cerullo said this week.
The North Warren Performing Arts Club is again presenting the show, scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday, March 2 in the North Warren Central School auditorium.
The event serves as a fundraiser for the school’s Performing Arts Club, which sponsors musical and dramatic trips, as well as granting private music lessons to high school students. In the past, the biannual show has featured singing, dancing, comedy, poetry, magic demonstrations, story telling, acrobatics, as well as stand-up comedy and group skits. Performers have ranged in age from 3 years old to nearly 90. All acts are welcome to audition for this 2012 exposition of talent.
Student organizers hope to get as many people both in and outside the school to participate, Cerullo.
“It’d be really great for students, from young to old, also community members — to see the range of talent in our community,” Cerullo said. “Sketches, family acts---we’re open to all ideas!” he added.
Those interested in participating in the show, contact Cerullo at 494-3015 ext. 518.